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BURLESQUE OPERA 

"T A B A S C O" 

IN TWO ACTS 

LIBRETTO BY MUSIC BY 

R. A. Barnet G. W. Chadwick 



Ent. Sta. Hall. Vocal Score, $1.25 net. 



BOSTON AND LEIPZIG 

THE B. F. WOOD MUSIC CO. 

LONDON: CRANZ & CO. 



Copyright, 1894, by The B. F. Wood Music Co, 
All rights reserved 



Arrangements for Orchestra and Brass Band are published by Jean White, 226 Washington St., Boston 






"T A B AS CO" 

BURLESQUE OPERA 

IN TWO ACTS 



Characters 



HOT-HED-HAM, PASHA, Bey of Tangier. 
MARCO, a Spanish trader. 

SID-HAS-SEM, Major-domo. 
LOLA, Marco's sister. 

FRANCOIS, the chef. 

BEN-HID-DEN, Grand vizier. 

FATIMA, the beautiful slave. 

HAS-BEEN-A, a third-term harem favorite. 



Contents 
Act i 



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No. i. Chorus. " Dawning, the Dawning, the Shadows westward Fall " . , . : . 3 

No. 2. Grand Vizier's Song ............ 19 

* No. 3. Pasha's Song and Chorus. " What other People Say " 21 

No. 4. Chorus. Reading of the Mail .......... 25 

* No. 5. Song and Chorus. Francois and cooks ........ 35 

* No. 6. Fatima's Song. " O Lovely Home " . . . 39 

No. 7. Ensemble. "Gem of the Orient" . .42 

* No. 8. Francois' Lament. " The Shamrock Blooms White " . . . . . . 52 

No. 9. Finale 53 

Act II 

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Interludium , . 61 

No. 1. Chorus. " A Beauty, my Boy, You Are, You Are " r 65 

No. 2. " Hush, Hush, Silent be." Has-been-a and Harem . . . . . . . 67 

No. 3. Love Duet. Fatima and Marco .......... 69 

No. 4a. Bolero. (Spanish) Marco and Quartet . . . . . . . . 71 

No. 4b. Ditty, ( Irish ) Francois and Quartet ......... 74 

No. 4c. Rigaudon. ( French ) Lola and Quartet ........ 76 

* No. 4cL Ballad. ( Plantation ) Fatima and Quartet ........ 78 

No. 5. Song and Chorus. "Ho, Mariners, Ho" .80 

* No. 6. Entrance Song and Chorus. " Greet the Old Man with a Smile " . . .82 

* No. 7. Pasha's Song. " An Original Idea " . . 84 

* No. 8. March of the Pasha's Guard . 86 

* No. 9. Dance of the Harem. (Waltz.) 89 

No. 10. Finale ............... 93 

* Also published separately in sheet form. 

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GRAND VIZIER'S SONG. 



19 



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No.3. 



PASHA'S SONG AND CHORUS. 

WHAT OTHER PEOPLE SAY. 



31 



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2. They say I am a cad 



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paint - er comes to col - or up the town,. 



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Ho not care what oth - er peo - pie say, 



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not care what oth -er peo - pie say, Thev _ ay SQeer ^^ u^* ^ ^ 

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do not care what oth - er peo-ple say. 



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do not care what oth - er peo - pie say. 



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CHORUS "reading of the mail!' 



25 



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Well I defer unto you 




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SONG AND CHORUS. 

FRANCOIS AND COOKS. 



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LOVE DUET. 

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76 

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SOLO (marco) AND CHORUS. 



"HO MARINER HO 



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THE LATEST SUCCESSFUL SONG 



THE LIFE OF LOVE IS BUT A DAY 



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KARL KOMZAK 



*THE LIFE OF LOVE IS BUT A DAY* 



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Bet u he tarns his fer-vent gaze Up ■ on the maid - en at his side. Be 




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Are all for • got in love's . em-brace. 



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Mar,. ... 

- Op. »-'. No a. At the Hall. <*A^ 
Meyer-Helmund. Erik. Op. 78 

No a Romance tB'i . . 
Moukuwikl, M. 

Melodie (4B) 

PiderHweky, J. J. 

Melodie. (4A) ... ; . . . 

- Op 14 No. I Menuet Calebre (4A) 
RafT. 

Sartorlo, Arnoldo. 

in th< !'■ ■..-• mHi 



Pianoforte Duets f I FT.m.ls). 



Gropp, Wllholn. Op 84 The 

Bicycle Tournament. (An) . . • '. 

Hofinann, Helnrlch. Op +* 

Pwelvo •!•' •• h< • ol Medium difficult v, 
r< ry phasing and oflWuv* 
Bo<.k I. Over the Waters- The iart 
Farewell — Al"<ur *"* Hr-mk 

— llndrr tli* Linden Tree 
Bookil. lh»'Oume Hunting Seen 

— The Nightingale Siaga — 
Rustic Dance 

Book III. At Parting Buow ttakei — 
In the forest lun - h' »'ing 

Bird 

Low, Joaop Op u TwelveCha- 
ractei jtic p lecsa for Twee hei -.u-' Pupil. 



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two Books Baah —,60 



Pianoforte Solos. 



1 ■ i. 



from 1 a, aaiUat, to 
ii i - l » of Um ara«M M 

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rVOTB. — The gra.1. 
a C. moat dlrBealt. with mhdi 
fortovm I A, 1 B, a A, JB,3i 

Afferni, Ugo. Arioao (from M 

mre .Suite). (»B) ...... —,40 

>tennex« Miniatnro Hu 

— Walt? i from Miniature Suite) tP> -,t'> 

Miniature 
Arnold, R. Op 

(*A) ...... — M 

Behr, F. Mignonnett- . •*-/W 

Bon del, Fran*. Litthauischea 

\. i ..,..,; I h'm.n (4C) . . . 
Bohm, Carl. Op. 9< 

8tuck (2C) ... 

— Op.96I Room, 

rleart 
_0 

— Op. 88 

— La PI . . 
BrO.ll, Ignaz. Op. 69. N 

— Op. en 

— Op. <>9. No. 3. Lendler 
Dick. C. Seven pieoee 

the olden Style- They will be foe 
more than usual interest 
No. I. Bigaudon. (SB) 

Minuet. ' , . 

No. 8. Bourree I 3B). 

No. 4. PaaavPied. (8B) . . 

5. Bourree No. 9 
No. 6. Alia Pavmn. f8B) 
No. 7. Roorooo. 
Drey aohook, Felix. Op. 7 ! 
Menuett B) . 

— Op. 7 No. 9. Mazurka. (8C) 



— .66 



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,40 



,50 



— Op 40. Tarac 
Sohirwenka 



Boh n elder, Hug 
Under shady Trees 

— Oil. iH The Hi in 

Op \»9 Nn U Roi 

SohOtt. Eduard. 

Serenade (8C) 

(»[j 94. No. 6. R 

- Op 3«. No. 7. C 
Splndler. Fritz. 



Jotiknn. 
from th* Opera -'Princess 
*►* specie] hat, 
Void** K. van do. 

f»A) 

VolyhL G. Bornhard. 
Approach <:•!<: . . . . 



Wilm. N. von. 

pron |>t.. (lAy . . . 
- An I" Rotn mi, ■• ( ; A 
Wolff, Bernhard, 

the !.t i '.i : ,.•■ Land (2A) 



10. lit 



(2 A) 



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40 



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Violin and Planofoi 

Godard, B. Op : : -'' N 8 «'ana i 
Sltt,Hana Relnooko.C 



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Ave Maria von Carl Heir.ecke 


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Gavatine von John Field . 


No 


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Andante ton Loui* oponr . 
Cavatine von F. Mniideia- 
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Adelaide v. L. van Beethoven 


No 


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Melodie v. Anton Rubinstein 


No 


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Violoncello and Pianoforte. 

Kl«mu« Jullua and Relneoke, 
Carl. Lyrlea. A Oolleoiioa of 
Lyrical Pieeea from the Giaaatr*l and 

ai iuiiipeiilaaei>t olFiaDOaorM 
arranged, and Angered for vat 

RovaT 0<»o«eTVBtory of 
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No I . Air •. • .ii Joh. Ol 
No. a Ave ManaxonOrl ] 
No H 'liurumni l.ml TOO 

S- : J • u n uuin .... 
No. t i nu'.iir von John Field 
N . 8. Andaata Toa 

Barthaldy .... 
No "I Adalaidj'v I. van Baathovea 

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Nt.' S I.ivrpi miii i leorg 1 r Handel 

No 10 AdaxiofMitaWUv O Tartral 

No. 1 1 Aib'fji" voa J'*- Hav'in 

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